Oregon Criminal Appeals Attorney
If you are facing criminal charges and your case may go to trial, it is essential that you are represented by an experienced trial lawyer who will properly preserve issues that may form the basis for a viable appeal. A failure to properly raise or timely preserve issues for appeal will effectively destroy any chance for success at the appellate level.
If you are facing criminal charges in Oregon, you can find the experienced legal representation you require at the law firm of David A. Hill. At our law office in Eugene, Oregon, we are committed to providing the quality legal representation that clients need and deserve.
Quality Representation Since 1979
Our attorney, David A. Hill, has been defending clients throughout Oregon against criminal charges since 1979. He has handled thousands of criminal cases, including hundreds of criminal trials. Attorney Hill has won numerous cases in both the Oregon Court of Appeals and Oregon Supreme Court by preserving appealable issues in every case he tries.
You must know the law, tailor your defense to the law and raise as many appealable issues in pre-trial hearings as possible. If a court makes a mistake, you must preserve the error for the Court of Appeals to review it. I have obtained reversals on appeal because I raise and preserve these issues at trial.
Mr. Hill has handled appeals in the Oregon Court of Appeals and Oregon Supreme Court. He has appealed cases on numerous grounds, including:
- Illegal police conduct
- Unconstitutional interception of communications
- Search-and-seizure issues
If you are facing criminal charges for a drug crime, violent crime, sex offense, measure 11 offense or other serious criminal charge in the state of Oregon, the law firm of David A. Hill can provide the effective representation you require.
If you need to speak with a criminal defense attorney, contact the law firm of David A. Hill in Eugene, Oregon. To schedule a free consultation with attorney Hill, call 541-683-4808 or contact us toll-free at 800-310-4808 or by e-mail.